Isabel Dalhousie: Editor of Review of Applied Ethics
Isabel Dalhousie: Isabel, about whom the story is centred, lives in Edinburgh and edits a philosophy journal.
Isabel Dalhousie: Middle-aged female protagonist / sleuth / editor of Review of Applied Ethics
Isabel Dalhousie: Lives in Edinburgh. Edits a philosophy journal. Very very likeable woman. Has a tendency to get involved in other people's affairs because she cares so much, a bit of an amateur detective. Has a small child by her boyfriend, Jamie, who is a lot younger than her.
Isabel Dalhousie: She's a well-off middle aged woman, editor and owner of the Philosophy Review, and a philosopher. She has a son, Charlie, by her niece Cat's ex-boyfriend Jamie. She likes helping people with their problems.
Isabel Dalhousie: owner and editor of The Review of Applied Ethics (a philosophy magazine), likes collecting paintings, and helps people to investigate their problems. Mother of Charlie, lives with her boyfriend Jamie (who is Charlie's father).
Isabel Dalhousie: Philosopher and editor of a journal on applied ethics.
Isabel Dalhousie: main heroine, editor and owner of Philosopher Review, philosopher.
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